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    Russia's Federal Security Service will shield the key objects, using domestically-developed components only.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) is ready to repel cyberattacks on Russian critically important infrastructure facilities, Deputy Director of the FSB Dmitry Shalkov said on Friday.

    "We are prepared to repel cyberattacks," Shalkov said during his address to the State Duma, lower house of the Russian parliament, presenting the draft bill "On Security of the Critical Russian Information Infrastructure" prepared by the FSB.

    Shalkov underlined that the systems ensuring informational security of these critical objects would use domestically-developed components only.

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